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Native American Beadwork
This is a very nice example of vintage Native American artwork. It was made in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. It was purchased at a museum auction in the 1960’s. It is in very good condition with no missing beads. There is a bit of fraying at one end of the cloth. I am sure it took very many hours for the artist to make this.
Rare Early 17th Century European Fighting Axe
This was found in a field along the Wabash River between a French trading post and the Tippecanoe battlefield. That doesn’t mean that it had anything to do with either. I’m just sayin’. Anyway this is a very cool artifact. It is definitely very old. I now have new information from an expert. Apparently it is a battle-axe of a type originally from Eastern Europe (Hungarian or Polish) ca 1600.
Native American Indian Saddle Blanket
This is a very colorful piece of Native American artwork. It is in great shape for its age. It has a couple old stains on one side that I have not tried to remove. There are no holes or moth damage. It is definitely Native American and not Mexican.
U.S. Cavalry Stirrup
This stirrup was purchased as part of a collection in the late 60’s. It had a tag on it that claimed it was from the war of 1812. However I believe it is more in line with WW1. It has U.S. stamped on the inside with initials A.B. underneath. The strap looks to be original and has a tear that runs almost the entire width.
Primitive Hand Forged Wrought Iron Food Chopper
This is a very nice early food chopper. It is excellent condition and still has a very sharp blade. The handle is solid and strong. It shows the skill of the early american blacksmiths. It will last another 200 years even if it is put back into service. I use one very similar to this one and just love it. Free delivery.